Traveling toward the Albanian North is not always easy. Public transport does not cover direct lines to some of the most popular tourist destinations like Valbona Valley, Theth and Koman Lake. However, this does not mean that you can not visit these Natural Beauties of Albania.
Plava is an authentic alpine village surrounded by the crown of mountains in a soft hill, famous for it’s blackberries. Almost 6 hours far from Valbona, Plava is a village inhabited for centuries by Albanians people buth who had remained out of the border from the beggining of 20th Century.
Plava is a village inhabited for centuries by Albanians people buth who had remained out of the border from the beggining of 20th Century. Getting there from Valbona you will not a special premittion or outhorisation.
Renting a car in Albania is possible in most of the bigger cities of the country. In general prices are fair and they have a small increase during the summer season (June – September). In general most of the companies, especially in Tirana have new, modern cars and they are professional in their service.
Whether you’ve got the Balkan bug or you just want to plan a weekend partying all night on Belgrade’s splavs, one of the city’s unique diversions, especially for those of us living in this city without a river, you might have questions about how to travel from Kosovo to Serbia.
Theth is considered to be one of the most beautiful villages right at the heart of the Albanian Alps. Traveling from Tirana to Thethi village is quite an adventure. This article aims to offer you some tips on how to get to Theth and what you should expect during this journey.
The first thing we need to tell to the western travelers visiting Albania and the neighboring countries is to forget their way of using public transport in their own courtiers. Here it functions the Balkan way, however it does function. So lets start: